Max Yon scored 15 and Kamryn Williams 11 for Air Force to lead Air Force
Trevor Lyons led the team with 18 points and four assists in loss to the Aggies.
Air Force kept it close, but was unable to close out Army.
Max Yon scored 20 points to lead Air Force
Air Force scored the last four points of the game to secure the win.
Air Force vs. San Diego State men's basketball
Men's Basketball vs. UC Davis; photos by Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
Air Force vs. Colorado men's basketball
Air Force vs. Wyoming - USATSI
Appeared in 23 games, started 22 ... named the Bob Beckel Most Valuable Player ... posted three double-doubles (Army, San Diego State and Boise State) ... season-high 22 points and career-high 13 rebounds vs. Boise State ... most boards by a Falcon since Jacob Burtschi (13) vs. TCU on 1/14/06 ... missed seven games with injury, returned to lineup vs. UC Riverside ... 11 points and nine rebounds at UNLV ... career-high 40 minutes at Nevada ... led team with 6.5 rebounds per game, best average since 2001 (Tom Bellairs).
Appeared in 30 games off the bench ... averaged 3.3 points and 2.4 rebounds per game ... career-high 25 points and season-high with 10 rebounds vs. Wyoming ... second career double-double ... 10 boards tied the most by an Air Force player during the season ... season-high 27 minutes vs. the Cowboys ... season-high three assists vs. Colorado State and Wyoming ... 4-of-4 from the line, including two with 19 seconds left in win over 22nd-ranked San Diego State ... seven points and six rebounds in 25 minutes at Boise State ... had one block vs. Army.
Appeared in all 29 games, started 14 as a freshman ... first career start vs. Johnson & Wales ... first career double-double vs. Texas-Pan American with 11 points and career-best 10 rebounds ... seven offensive boards vs. UTPA, most by a Falcon since Jacob Burtschi had seven vs. IPFW on Dec. 31, 2005 ... averaged 4.1 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... second on the team with 21 blocked shots ... fourth on the team with 42 assists ... season-high 13 points vs. UNLV ... tied career-high with three blocks in career-best 39 minutes vs. UNLV ... also had eight rebounds and was 3-of-4 from 3-point range vs. the Rebels ... led team with 10 points vs. Western State ... scored eight points on 3-for-3 shooting against VMI ... blocked career-high three shots vs. Johnson & Wales ... finished No. 8 in the Mountain West with 0.75 blocks per game ... season-high five assists at TCU ... career-high three steals vs. Chicago State.
Before Air Force
Averaged 9.6 points and a team-high 5.3 rebounds per game in 30 contests for the USAFA Prep School ... shot 51 percent (111-218) from the field and led the team with 73 steals ... finished second with 75 assists ... three-year letterwinner in basketball at Sierra ... also lettered two years in football ... led team to back-to-back state championships in basketball ... scored game-high 18 points in title game as a junior ... named Class 4A player of the year by The Denver Post following his senior campaign ... averaged 13.7 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game as a senior ... played in The Show 2011, Colorado's annual all-star game ... named state tournament MVP as a junior ... nominated for McDonald's All-American game ... high school basketball coaches were Otis Johnson and Wendell Baker.
Parents are Sam and Tawni Williams ... has two brothers ... nickname is Kam ... member of athletic list all four semesters ... took a leadership course and an astronautical engineering class ... active in his squadron as an A flight NCO )non-commissioned officer) ... hobbies include watching movies and listening to music ... reality show he would choose to be on is Wipeout ... person in history he would most like to meet is William Shakespeare ... greatest moment in sports was committing to the USAFA ... credits his family with the biggest influence on his sports career ... started playing basketball at age 7 ... favorite professional basketball team is the Denver Nuggets ... favorite player is Carmelo Anthony ... member of cadet squadron 16.